Run 1679 (Sunday 7th February 2010)
Hares: KumKwik & Coke Dealer
Photographer: Mad Dog
- T H E T R A I L -
The lat/lon coordinates of the starting point
& circle: 38° 4'31.60"N, 23°51'17.17"E
Altitude: 491 metres above sea level
Trail cartographic Length = 6.95 (well OK, say 7.0) km
The trail from 2.1 km altitude
From 8.2 km altitude (The peak of Mount Pendeli is to the right)
- T H E R U N -
Gathering before the walk & run
With the hares having gone off for beer the hashers speculate which way the trail leads
Finally the start of the trail is found and the hashers (getting cold) set off without the hares.
The weather was not looking promising!
Lots of lovely mud on the hillside tracks
Group photo in the cold wind
Down down down...
Heading in the direction of the Melissia cemetery
Hare Coke Dealer & one of her False trails
Melissia Council parking of household refuse trucks and bins
Black Mamba - with beehives down below
Descending to the dryish river bed
Running in the rain through pines burnt in the last forest fire
Mad Dog is photographed with his own camera.
It's raining so better to take off the sweat-top and keep it dry.
Puddles left from the previous day's heavy rainstorm
Up a very steep road - nearly at the top
Greetings from a Dog who loves showing off
Another lovely puddle
Back at the start (The junction that leads up to the Monastery)
- T H E C I R C L E -
Clitoria prepares the down-downs in the rain
The hares Kum Kwik and Coke Dealer get their DIO's
Latecomers Oxymoron & Rear Entry
Down it goes
Mad Dog gives Rim Job a DIO for a fictitious on-trail offense (futtock nadgering)
...Well, it's all for a bit of fun!
Fair Cop and Clitoria also have some fun with a virgin hasher
H E C U R R Y P A R T Y A T C O K E D E A L E R'S P A D -
Hamish helps warm the curries
What IS Clitoria doing with that rice
Oxymoron loads-up his plate
Lots of eating, drinking and chattering
Napoleon, Coffee Crepes & Hamish relax by the fireplace
More guests arrive and more food is prepared
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MD Feb. 2006
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